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You have to debug the script, place timing elements and add to some debug log. I doubt its an attack, its probably some loop, in the script that was unanticipated. I have written scripts where an error condition was not trapped and created an unanticipated loop. My educated guess, is that is exactly what is going on.


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However, the log files are now full of the following error: You've told PHP to kill all scripts that run longer than 90 seconds, so this is what you get. None of our application's forms and scripts should take this amount of execution time. Theory and practice sometimes diverge. You should seriously debug the problem - pinpoint the long-running script and ...


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Yes, it is quite simple. The ports you assume (443 SSL) are DEFAULT. The URL overrides it. Done. It goes with https to port 7535 and the server listens to that port with the ssl certificate. The SSL certificate HAS NO PORT NUMBER IN IT. so i always thought the webserver is listening on 443 That is the default. Clearly the default is changed in the server ...


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Is this possible to have multiple address on single PC? You can use the whole 127.0.0.0/8 network locally. This means all addresses from 127.0.0.1 to 127.255.255.254 are at your disposal. What is the best practice for running multiple server on same server? With different IP address (127.0.0.1, 127.0.0.2) With same IP address but different port (127.0.0.1:...


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